Port Lions (Population: 180)

Sitka spruce, birch, alder and willow trees cover the mountainous terrain around Port Lions on Kizhuyak Bay.  Located on the north end of Kodiak Island, the village was established after the tsunami of 1964 damaged Afognak Village on Afognak Island. The community was named in honor of the Lions Club International, the service group that helped relocate and build the new village.  Port Lions can be reached by ferry with service by the Alaska Marine Highway from March through September.  A causeway provides foot and bike access across Settler’s Cove for further exploration of the area.  Several lodges and charter services offer access to the stunning scenery, fishing, hunting and wildlife viewing throughout Kizhuyak Bay and the surrounding area. You can reach Port Lions via air or water.

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Wilderness Beach Lodge

WBL is an all-inclusive family-owned lodge in Port Lions. Fresh and saltwater sportfishing, gourmet meals and 7500 sq. ft. of lodge space. Bear viewing, whale watching, paddle boarding & kayaking... More »

Kodiak Wilderness Adventures

All inclusive hunting & fishing packages from beautiful Port Lions, AK. Located on the northern tip of Kodiak Island and accessible by boat or plane.We offer the Kodiak Island visitor over three decades of experience in guiding hunters & fishermen on Kodiak... More »

Port Lions Lodge

Port Lions Lodge is a premier full-service hunting/fishing lodge that offers comfortable accommodations, first-class family style dining, and stunning views. Whether fishing, hunting, or wildlife viewing, come enjoy the trip of a lifetime... More »

Ashama Point Lodge

Hunting, fishing, sightseeing. Fully guided or do-it yourself. All packages with family style meals. Prices for every budget. Remote lodging. 25 years as a hunting/fishing service.